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President Drake and APISA celebrate Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education

President Drake and members of APISA recently attended the sold-out Asian Pacific Americans in Higher Education Conference at the Oakland City Center Marriott.

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UC Moves: Sign up for Spring Into Motion

From May 6 through 31, you're invited to represent UCOP in a fun, systemwide week-by-week movement and activity challenge.

2023 UC Tech Awards winners at the UC Tech Conference hosted by UC Berkeley and UCSF.

Apply for the UC Tech Awards by May 1

The application/nomination process for the UC Tech Awards is open through May 1, 2024! 

May 16: Attend a UC Global Accessibility Awareness Day event

Join the UC Electronic Accessibility Committee for GAAD 2024: Putting Together the Accessibility Puzzle Pieces.

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BRC updates per-night lodging limit

As of Jan. 1, 2024, UC has a new per-night lodging cap.

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Get ready for the new UCnet!

The updated version of UCnet will showcase — and help you navigate — the many benefits of working at UC and being part of a community that transforms lives.

Miguel Tamayo at UC Santa Cruz

Video: How Miguel Tamayo paid for UC and launched his dream career

New videos share the story of Miguel Tamayo's experience with financial aid at UC.

Richard K. Lyons, incoming UC Berkeley chancellor

President Drake announces appointment of new UC Berkeley chancellor

The selection of Richard K. Lyons follows an extensive national search.

#speechmatters 2024: Politics, Polarization and Perils on Campus

Explore politics, polarization and perils on campus with #SpeechMatters this Thursday

Join legal experts, journalists and college and university leaders for a lively and dynamic half day of discussion.

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Big data, bigger impact on health care transformation from CDI2

Cora Han, J.D., shares perspectives on health care data, training data-minded clinicians and collaborating with a community of experts.

Undergraduate student Maria Sitzoglou studying in the art and architecture library.

California higher-ed institutions collaborate to ease financial aid access

A new higher-ed collaboration helps California students from mixed-citizenship-status households complete the FAFSA.